Eco-friendly and beautiful, furoshiki are traditional Japanese cloths that can be used to wrap bento boxes, gifts, wine bottles and more. The Fuku Cochae Series features traditional Japanese symbols and figures that represent "fuku" (good luck/blessing). The exposed pattern changes depending on the wrapping method, making these whimsical wrapping cloths a delight to use and show off!
What we love about it:
A variety of traditional Japanese crests are featured on the ancient "kikkou" tortoiseshell pattern, which symbolizes longevity and eternal prosperity. The crests include auspicious symbols like the "tsuru" (crane), "ume" (plum blossoms), and "takanoha" (hawk wings).
Beautiful gold and blue color combination
70 cm size makes it big enough to wrap a shokado or picnic sized bento box, a present, or even a wine bottle!
Details & Care
70 x 70 cm (27.6″ x 27.6″)
Made from 100% cotton.
Machine-washable (use the gentle cycle and lukewarm water (no hotter than 40 degrees C / 104 degrees F recommended)
Made in Japan
How to wrap a bento box in a furoshiki:
I love the gold details. So shiny and better quality than I was expecting. My husband loves taking it to work